Departure from MOYS Marina di Olbia
– Capo Figari
– Islet Figarolo and Cala Moresca
– Capo Ceraso and Poltu Casu
– Spiaggia del dottore
– Tavolara Island – Cala Spalmatore
– Molara swimming pools
Duration: 8 hours – departure at 10:00 return at 18:00
Stops for swimming: 5/6
Your 4-legged friends are welcome
N.B. The itinerary and timetables can be changed based on weather conditions
Price per person - Minimum 6 Pax
PRICES INCLUDE: VAT – CAPTAIN – BRUNCH APERITIF – FINGER FOOD WITH WINES AND BEVERAGES – FUEL CONSUMPTION INCLUDED
CHILDREN UP TO 4 YEARS FREE – FAMILIES WITH MORE CHILDREN BETWEEN 5 AND 10 YEARS, WILL HAVE AN ADDITIONAL 50% DISCOUNT ON THE SECOND CHILD
IN CASE OF POOR WEATHER THE EXCURSION WILL BE REPROGRAMMED OR REFUND IF IMPOSSIBLE TO DO IT IN A SECOND TIME
THE CREW SPEAKS ITALIAN-ENGLISH-GERMAN-SPANISH
Leaving the port of Olbia we will head towards the majestic and high cliffs of Capo Figari from whose promontory Guglielmo Marconi made the first radio transmission connecting Capo Figari to the Italian peninsula at Rocca di Papa – Rome.
Stop at the islet of Figarolo for a swim and a swim up to the splendid white beach of Cala Moresca surrounded by a beautiful pine forest that embellishes the coast of Golfo Aranci.
Capo Figari and the opposite islet of Figarolo are recognized sites of community importance for their great biodiversity and from the top of Mount Figari you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the entire Gulf of Olbia, from Capo Ceraso to the island of Tavolara, and from the islands of Soffi and Mortorio on the Costa Smeralda.
We will then sail towards Capo Ceraso to the cove of Poltu Casu for a short stop for another swim in the turquoise waters of the bay shaped by splendid granite and rock formations. Here snorkelers can admire starfish, sea bream, mullet and lots of marine flora.
Another stop for another magnificent swim in the Doctor’s Beach, a small beach, a marine aquarium with white sand framed by granite rocks. With transparent turquoise waters and undemanding backdrops it is the ideal beach for those who want to enjoy a good swim.
We now move to the island of Tavolara, a limestone massif overlooking the sea, to anchor in the splendid waters of Cala Spalmatore di Terra for a brunch based on aperitifs, canapés, cold cuts, cheeses and finger food, accompanied by good fresh wine and various drinks.
The island with its steep paths deserves a shore excursion and is a must for trekking and free walking enthusiasts. There are paths that allow you to climb along the steep limestone walls, offering amazing and evocative views.
The beach is characterized by fine white sand with pink tendencies, the water is transparent green with shades towards blue. The fantastic seabed is sandy and shallow near the shore and deeper offshore, offering a luxuriant marine flora and fauna. Those who wish can take a walk along the long beach to the “Passetto”, a narrow queue of white sand that appears and disappears according to the tides, and stop in one of the various bars – Restored on the beach for an artisanal ice cream.
Molara, the last stop of this long day, is an island that is part of the Marine Protected Area of Tavolara-Punta Coda Cavallo. Its name is most likely due to its circular shape resembling a grindstone. Of a granite nature and less impressive than the nearby island of Tavolara, it is privately owned and cannot be visited.
The “Piscine” of Molara are famous, a shallow seabed made up of white sand, characterized by transparent and turquoise waters, in whose waters a last dip will conclude this excursion.
These natural pools, very protected and also rich in marine fauna and flora, are one of the major attractions of the marine park. Here there is a long snorkeling stop or simply a swim in the company of a myriad of fish, and then end the day with a glass of fresh wine accompanied by an aperitif based on typical local products, canapés and finger food before turning the bow. towards Olbia where the arrival is expected around 18:00.